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cabinetmaker John Marshall built this secretary in Royalton, Vt. Between 1820 and 1835

Secretary and bookcase. 1775

Somerset County cabinetmaker John Livingston, the maker of this exquisite Chinese red three-over-four-drawer chest with stenciled foliate and bird decoration, lived his entire life in Soap Hollow. Collection of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Attributed to John Finlay (Active Circa 1799–1833). Fancy Paint-Decorated Side Chair. Baltimore, Maryland. Circa 1815-1820.

1815-1820 Austrian Secrétaire (shown closed) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Metropolitan Museum of Art (Gallery 723) Tall Case Clock John Seymour 1795-1816 Boston Ma. Stunning-the crotch mahogany door looks as if it's on fire.

Drop-front Secretary on Stand (secrétaire à abattant or secrétaire en cabinet), attributed to Adam Weisweiler, etc. ca. 1787, French, the Met collection

Metropolitan Museum of Art Extravagant Inventions: The Princely Furniture of the Roentgens. The meteoric rise of the workshop of Abraham Roentgen (1711–1793) and his son David (1743–1807) blazed across eighteenth-century continental Europe. This landmark exhibition will be the first comprehensive survey of the cabinetmaking firm from around 1742 to its closing in the early 1800s.

John Cogswell "Chest-on-chest." Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Chair, France, 1905. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A desk to dream of.

1730-1740 American (Massachusetts) Tall clock at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1735-1760 American (New Hampshire or Maine) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Boulle Armoire (c.1710)



1730-1760 American (Massachusetts) Chest of drawers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1805-1815 American (New York) Work table (shown open) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Shaving stand, 1700-30, England

At the Lake: Photo by Michael Graydon for House and Home

Onondaga ash basket , 1840's New York